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Environmental Studies Minor

Environmental Studies


The Environmental Studies Minor is open to students from all majors and colleges at UCSD. It offers a broad interdisciplinary perspective on the environmental aspects of any field of study. 21st century scientists, engineers, policy-makers, and business leaders alike will be challenged to find solutions to problems such as global warming, energy use, and the decline in natural ecosystems and biodiversity. And educators at every level will be called upon to inform their students about how environmental issues affect our lives and how we can make our lifestyles more sustainable.

ENVR 130 (Environmental Studies - Social Sciences) will not be offered this year.

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Quarterly List of Course Offerings

  • quarterly list of the upcoming quarter's campus-wide course offerings related to environmental studies is available on this website by the sixth week of the current quarter.

Independent Study and Field Research

Some credit toward the minor may be gained through independent study, field research, study abroad, the Academic Internship Program, and others (prior approval strongly recommended). Minor declarations, petitions for petitionable courses as well as transfer work and individual additions to the listed courses must be approved by the Chair of the Environmental Studies Steering Committee.

Location

2126 Humantities and Social Sciences Building

Advising Hours

Mondays: 1-3:30pm
Thursdays: 8:30am-12pm

**Week 4:
Monday: 1-3:30pm ONLY

Email Envr. Studies to schedule an appointment.

Contact

P: (858) 534-3589
F: (858) 534-3410
E: envrstudies@ucsd.edu

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